Tallinn, Kristiine and Lillekula, are nearby areas which are also worth touring.
Do make the effort to see some of the nearby museums and galleries, which help make the area such a rewarding holiday destination. Visit some of the remarkable exhibit spaces and museums including the Dominican Monastery Museum and City Museum. Book seats for a lively show at the Estonian National Opera and the Kanut Guild Hall.
When it’s time to take a break from the noisy streets of Tallinn, plan a trip to one of the many nearby outdoor areas. If you want to rest a while in a little tranquility explore the Danish King's Garden.
Some of Tallinn's popular sights are in Paljassaare, including the Kiek in de Kok, Dominican Monastery and Pikk Hermann. For a relaxing change of pace, pay a visit to the area’s holy places, such as the St. Olav's Church and the Church of the Holy Spirit. Learn about Tallinn’s past by visiting the Great Coastal Gate.
To shop for local fashion and buy some souvenirs, set out to visit the Rotermanni Shopping Centre.
The area’s sporting heart is A. Le Coq Arena, the stomping ground of the Estonia National Team soccer team and the FC Flora Tallinn in summer. This multi-purpose facility is also a fabulous live music venue, so be sure to browse the official website to see what’s on during your visit.
At the end of a long day enjoying the charms of Paljassaare, relax for the night at one of the area’s hotels or serviced apartments. Whether you’re staying for a night or a few weeks check out the amenities at the Swissotel Tallinn, the von Stackelberg Hotel Tallinn, and the popular Hotel Telegraaf.